Exploring Budapest’s Labyrinth was one of the coolest experiences of my life. It is a must do for anyone visiting Budapest with even a fleeting interest in history or ruins. more “Exploring Budapest’s Labyrinth”
The Black Forest is magical and mysterious, it’s the inspirational back drop to the Grimm Fairy Tales, which was the primary reason that I wanted to go. Our originally itinerary was to go from Brussels to Zurich via train, and as it appeared on the map, the train basically went through the Black Forest, so I thought it would be easy to take a short detour through it before continuing on our route. more “Our Erroneous Attempt at a Detour through the Black Forest”
I love Prague, and I love the Renaissance Faire, so it didn’t take me long to notice that Old Town Prague is like a Renaissance Faire. It was spectacular! During my short stay there, I spotted 8 ways that Prague is like a Renaissance Faire. Check them out and let me know if you spotted any other Renaissance Faire-esque things in Prague: more “8 Ways Prague is like a Renaissance Faire”
Heidelberg Germany is a gorgeous little town about half way between the city of Frankfurt and the French border. It is a college town, home to the oldest university in contemporary Germany. more “Heidelberg Germany – Exploring Castle towns”
The first thought everyone has when you say you visited The Netherlands is Amsterdam. It’s a gorgeous city filled with history and intrigue, a must see place for any tourist in the area.
However, there is much more to the Netherlands than just Amsterdam, and I discovered it due to a friend’s love of a medieval artist. more “Hertogenbosch, NL – Getting off the Beaten Path”